|The Flaming Urge|
Harold Lloyd, Jr. plays a young man who has a compulsion to watch burning buildings. Byron Foulger plays the man who hires him.
Keywords: arson; Harold Lloyd, Jr; Byron Foulger
Downloads: 5,932 (6 reviews)
|Man from Headquarters - Produced by Monogram Pictures, Directed by Jean Yarbrough|
A Monogram re-make of the 1935 Monogram movie, The Mystery Man (http://archive.org/details/Mystery_Man_1935) with different actors. A brash newspaper man is framed for murder but manages to expose the real killer and find his dream girl.
Keywords: Frank Albertson; Joan Woodbury; Dick Elliott; Byron Foulger; murder mystery
Downloads: 3,433 (1 review)
|The Black Raven|
George Zucco, Glenn Strange, and Byron Foulger in a poverty row film. The IMDB entry is here.
Keywords: George Zucco; Glenn Strange; Byron Foulger; PRC; P.R.C
Downloads: 6,544 (7 reviews)
|King of the Newsboys|
Lew Ayres is a poor young man whose girl is stolen by a rich man.
Keywords: Lew Ayres; Republic Pictures; Helen Mack; Byron Foulger
Downloads: 3,376 (3 reviews)
Men doing insanely dangerous work.
Keywords: Chester Morris; Richard Arlen; Jean Parker; Byron Foulger; poverty row; Pine-Thomas Productions
Downloads: 2,498 (1 review)
|Four Star Playhouse: The Witness|
Dick Powell defends Charles Bronson (as Charles Buchinsky) from a murder charge. Among the witnesses are Strother Martin (as Strather Martin) and Byron Foulger. Originally aired 22 October 1953 (Season 2, Episode 5). Don't bother downloading the h.264 file; the Cinepack file from which it is derived is smaller.
Keywords: Dick Powell; Charles Bronson; Strother Martin; Byron Foulger; classic tv; Four Star Playhouse
|The Horn Blows at Midnight on Omnibus|
In 1945, Jack Benny starred in his last major motion picture, "The Horn Blows at Midnight," as a band member who dreams he's an angel sent to destroy the Earth. The film did respectable business but wasn't an overwhelming success (doubtlessly due to the timing, coming at the end of WW2) and Benny soon began joking about what a dismal failure the film was... which quickly became a running gag on his TV and radio shows, leading people to believe the movie actually was an epic bomb.In 1949, the f...
Keywords: classic tv; Jack Benny; Alistair Cook; Jeff Donnell; Lester Matthews; Byron Foulger; Hallene Hill; Martin Dean; Anne Doran; Rolph Sedan; John Vosper; Dorothy Mallone; Lee Millar; Frank Jaquet; Beverly Washburn; Harry Shearer; Benny Rubin; Lou Lubin; Rusty Morris; Roy Rowan; Mahlon Merrick; 1953; 1950s